Do you like anthology horror films? Do you like Playboy Playmates? Then you might like The Telling, a new horror anthology flick shot at the Playboy Mansion that's coming to DVD April 14th.
This news item has nothing to do with the horror genre. Who cares? It's Friday; we could all use a good laugh, and I doubt you'll see anything funnier today than this trailer for the American release of the 1980's Turkish Rambo rip-off Rampage.
The trailer for a new indie zombie movie called simply The Dead has debuted online, and it seems to have a very familiar flavor. Directed by the Ford Brothers, the flick, which utilizes Africa as a backdrop. looks and feels like a modern day Fulci or Franco film. Dig it!
A few weeks ago HorrorChick Heather dropped all the details on us about the upcoming Philadelphia Film Festival/CineFest 09's Danger After Dark series. If you live in the area and were on the fence about attending, a slight change in the schedule should help you make up your mind in favor of taking the plunge.
And the H2 news just keeps on rolling in. This time around Rob Zombie talked to MTV Movies Blog about the film's score and his overall approach to the subject matter.
A month or so ago we got our first taste of the "illustrated film" adaptation of Godkiller, written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Matt Pizzolo, when it was announced that Lance Henriksen and Bill Moseley had signed on to the project. Today things got a lot more interesting with the news that three more genre stars, all female, are on board as well.
We got our hands on the first of eight teaser posters for Brian Pulido's The Graves this morning courtesy of Mischief Maker Studios. Wanna peek? We thought you would.
As a promotion, Nokia held a design competition recently encouraging designers to conceive headphones based on their favorite music. Wait until you see what this one dude made! We want them NOW!
It's out with the "barely" old and in with the brand spanking new for the upcoming Matthijs van Heijningen, Jr. helmed prequel to the John Carpenter classic The Thing.
Ok then. With all the casting and recasting going on lately with Rob Zombie's Halloween 2, it only seems fitting that somehow Weird Al Yankovic gets thrown into the mix, doesn't it?
**NOTE: This will be at the top of the headlines for a bit; new stories will appear below!** For those of you familiar with horror writers, the name Tim Lebbon should have a warm, tight, comfy place in your heart. To date the author’s output has included the horror novels Berserk (review), the collection White and Other Tales of Ruin, and the dark fantasy books Dusk (review) and Dawn (review), just to name a few.
Premiere Props announced today that they will be hosting a massive auction of never before seen movie props and costumes with Fangoria and Creation Entertainment for the Fangoria Live Auction at the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors.
Hey, Bryan. What's goin' on? It's good to see you. We hear that you have officially signed on to direct that movie you wanted. The one written by that kid from Brooklyn with Mark Wahlberg attached. What's that all about? Okay, well, it was great to meet you. Say hello to ya motha fa' me, okay?
Remember that 1975 dinosaur classic The Land That Time Forgot? No? That's a shame because it was a surprisingly good little movie. Even more surprising -- production starts next week on the remake with actor C. Thomas Howell in the director's chair! How in the world did we miss this one?
Hell, if you would have told me 30 years ago that the kid who played Richie Cunningham on "Happy Days" would grow up to be one of the most influential and important directors of our time, I'd have called you crazy. Yet, that's exactly what happened with Ron Howard, and now lucky for us horror geeks he could be ready to tackle some tentacle-laden goodness!